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The  Daily  Universe 

Call  in  news  tips  to  378-3630;  other  calls  378-2957  =  Brigham  Young  University  Provo,  Utah  Vol.  35  No.  4  Thursday,  September  10,  1981 


U.S.,  Israeli  leaders 
temper  differences 

WASHINGTON  (AP)  —  President  Reagan,  Begin’s  disclosure  took  the  edge  off  differences 

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available  in  a  handheld  calculator. 

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hands-on  demonstration.  And  check  out 
the  dynamic  HP-37E  business  model, 
too.  Then  buy  an  HP.  It  may  be  the  last 
easy  thing  you  do  fot  a  long  time. 

For  details  and  the  address  of  the 

800-547-3400,  Dept.  658N.  except 
Hawaii  and  Alaska.  In  Oregon,  call 
758-1010.  Or  write  Hewlett-Packard. 

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10TC  staff  sergeant  earns 
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‘ootball  game  parking  rules 
shanged  for  area  near  stadium 

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STEVE  THOMSEN  City. 

Senior  Reporter  “The  new  .  ^  - 

During  the  first  week  bring  the  actual  city  point  favoring  BYU  sb 
of  school  most  B  YU  stu-  government  about  one-  dents.  He  said  his  ca" 
dents  spend  their  time  half  step  closer  to  the  PalSn  c?st®  *nd  . 
worrying  about  adding  real  people;”  he  said.  “I  tivities  will  be  kept  U  ~  oult;r  1S 
classes  or  buying  foot-  don’t  foresee  any  big  minimum.  dent,” 

ball  tickets,  but  David  changes,  but  I  think  the  When  he  filed  his  ap-  matter 

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HI 


le  to  the  “Y” 

Its  great  to  have  you  here! 

BYU  students  are  very  important  to  us  here  at  Wakefields.  For  the  past  34 
years  we  have  helped  make  student  life  more  enjoyable  with  top  quality 
musical  instruments,  sheet  music,  audio  —  video  products,  and  home 
appliances.  Some  of  the  brands  we  carry  are: 

Technics  sony 


Baldwin  ® 


□  LITTON 

Microwave  Cooking 


maxell.  whirlpool 


ir  you  need  a  new  stereo  system,  a  TV,  a  tape  recorder,  sheet  music,  musical 
rents  or  appliances  we  can  help.  We  think  you  will  find  our  prices  to  be  the 
around  too.  Stop  in  and  see  us  today.  You  will  like  what  you  find.  Oh,  and  have 


WUKLU 

OF 

DANCE 


Major  Dance  Groups 
Together  on  Same  Stage 

Theater  Ballet 
Dancer’s  Company 
Ballroom  Dance  Company 
International  Folk  Dancers 
Children’s  Dance 

Sold  Out  Last 
3  Years 

Tickets  Now  at 
Music  Box  Office 
Harris  Fine  Arts  Center 


The  Daily  Universe  Thursday,  September  10,  1981 


KSSparts 


Regimen  rules 
football  program 
at  military  school 


By  s'™  RuS,™" 


NCAA's  drive 
halted  by  CFA 

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aS  Beneficial  Life  | 


ATTENTION: 
COLLEGE  GRADUATES 


We  are  currently  interviewing 
responsible,  takecharge  indivi-  * 
duals  who  are  interested  in  making  [}: 
a  rewarding  and  profitable  career  ? 
in  any  of  the  following  areas:  f; 
ESTATE  PLANNING,  BUSINESS  i: 
AND  PERSONAL  INSURANCE,  *■ 
PENSION  PLANNING,  and  other} 
employee  benefits. 


Our  agency  (formerly  the  Wayne  jj: 
Reeves  Agency)  has  been  in  the  a 
life  insurance  industry  for  25  years,  if 
Experience  has  shown  us  that  with  1 
ambition  and  dedication  in  this  it 
business,  you  can  have  a  truly  « 
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If  a  career  with  Beneficial  Life  1 
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BENEFICIAL  LIFE 
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THE  DEPARTMENT  OF  HEALTH  SCIENCES  ANNOUNCES 
THE  PROFESSIONAL  MAJOR 

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opportunities  are  available  to 
lionally  trained  men  and  women  ii 
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TODAY 


What  are 
advertisers 
really  selling  us? 


advertising’s  image  of  women 


AN 

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LECTURE 


Dr.  Jean  Kilboume 

Recent  guest  of  NBC's  "Weekend"  and  "Today"  shows 


10:00  a.m.  Today 
JSB  Auditorium 


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These  days  a  trip  to  the  college  book- 
tore  can  reduce  your  available  funds  to 
nme  small  change.  Luckily,  that’s  about 
11  you  need  to  make  the  one  phone  call 
hat  can  replenish  your  depleted  funds 
tva  couple  of  hours.  Here’s  what  to  dor 


"  card.  A  Western  Union  Charge  Card 
.Money  Order,  up  to  $1,000.  will  be 
.flashed  to  the  Western. Union  office  or 
agent  nearest  your  emergency. 


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tell  the  folks  they  can  g*et  emergency 
m  fast  by  phone. 


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toll-free  number,  800-325-6000  (in  Mis-  . 
souri.  800-842-6700).  anytime,. day  or 
bight.  They  charge  the.  money  and  ser¬ 
vice  fee  to  their  MasterCard*  or  VISA* 


Pick  up  your  money — usually  within  i 
two  hours— at  the  local  Western  Union! 
office  or  agent-  There  are  8,500  nation-  ij 
ally,  except  in  Alaska.  Conveniently.  ^ 
about  900  locations  are  open  24  hours.. 

■  It's  that  easy. 

Be  sure  to  remind  your  parents  about  > 
our  toll-free  number.  It’s  all  they  need  tc 
back.you  up  at  the  bookstore. 


Western  Union  Charge  Card  Money  Order. 


onference  action 
Starts  this  weekend 

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ROSSIGNOL 

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REGULARLY 

Pacer  “M”  Rosslgnol  Skis .  $180.00 

Tyrolia  150  Binding  With  Brake  . . .  $65.00 

Barrecrafter  Poles  . 

Installation .  $10.00 

Engraving . $aoo 

REG.  $266.00 


SALE  ENDS 
SATURDAY  6  PM 

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99 


DEMO  SKIS 


SALE  $129.99 


OLIN  Ills  With  Salomon 


$129.99 

!a  $326.00 
Brand  New  Unmounted  $129.99 


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OLIN 


SWING  WEST  u 

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ROSSIGNOL  SUNBIRD  $175.00  *99»» 

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50%  Polyester/50%  | 
Cotton 

•  Slight  Irregulars  ; 

REG.  $15.00 

SALE 


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DOWN  PARKAS 


Knit  Cuffs 
•  Knit  Waistband 
REG.  $89.99 


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Page  6  The  Daily  Universe  Thursday,  September  10,  1 


KHEttertaininui 

For  entertainment  calendar,  call  Tele-Tip,  378-7420,  tape  175. 


Play  depicts 
poet's  life 


Miracles'  shown 
new  musical 


mmn 

mg 


Hall  during  Education 
Week  in  August,  the 
musical  has  proven  it¬ 
self  to  be  unlike  other 
productions  done  about 
the  church. 

Mrs.  Lundberg  said 
the  difference  lies  with 
different  forms  of 


msical  as  well  a: 


i  the 


miracles  that  can  hap 
pen  to  everyone  of  us  i: 

Mrs.  Lundberg  said. 


sa;r 1  never  u 

Brian  Chatter 

New  rock  band  to  perform 


BfeSSaaSS  ssss-imsss 

good  music  with  lyrics  acceptable  to  any  kind  chatter  -s  planning  a  six.week  t  in  the  Los  Angeles  area 


Laser  rock  show  debuts 

sayjsar  stasis 


fr 


DO  YOU  WANT  TO  FLY? 


id  to  fly!  Many  of 


had  the  feeling .  .  .  and  for  some  it  has  m 


gone 

II  . 
you.  It's 


'vouhave  that  feelina  then  you're  in  luck  Air  Force  ROTC  Flight  Instruction  Program  (FIP)  is  available  to 
s  designed  to  teach  you  the  basics  of  flight  through  flying  lessons  in  small  aircraft  at  a  civilian  operated 


XEtR^SSSSSfcSSl 

ning  after  graduation. 

/Mim  jmnvsns 


This  is  all  reserved  for  the  cadet  who  wants  to  get 
his  life  off  the  ground,  .with  Air  Force  silver  pilot 
wings.  Check  it  out  today. 


Contact:  Charles  S.  Bateman 
Wells  ROTC  Building 
ext.  2671 


& 


•Color  TVs 

$22.00  per  month 

•Black  and  White  TVs 
•Microwave  Ovens 
*  Video  Movie  Rentals 
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Immediate  free  delivery  & 
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377-7225 

CHALK 

TALK 


Today 
12  Noon 
BYU  VS  AIR 
FORCE 


With  the 
coaches  & 
players 

ELWC  West  Court 


In  case  of  bad  weather: 


athletics 


Memorial  Lounge 


SUN  W  SEE 


Sun  and  sportglasses  $3.00 
to  $300.00 


Vuarnet  (New 
Shipment) 

Ray  Ban 
Porsche  Carrera 
280  ZX 
Carrera 
Jack  Nicklaus 
Christian  Dior 
Geoffrey  Beene 
Evans 
Martin 
Racketball  eye 
protection 
Optyl 


Over  2,000  styles 
to  choose  from. 

The  largest  selection  in  Utah 


SUN  W  SEE 

University  Mall  226-0558 


Education  secretary: 
jforced  equality  unfair 

N  YAP)  —  “We’re  going  to  try  to  get  out  of 
ry  T.H.  Bell  some  of  the  lunatic  fringe  areas 
efended  his  stance  on  civil  rights  that  we’ve  been  in  because  they 
ednesday  and  attacked  what  he  don’t  make  sense,”  he  declared. 

"  '  ”  “mirtdless”  insistence  “You  can’t  identify  discrimina- 


Missouri  woman  challenges 
doctor's  ‘death  sentence' 

KANSAS  CITY,  Mo.  (AP)  —  Annette  Bloch  Today  Bloch’s  lung  cancer  is  in  total  remission 
took  a  stick  and  scrawled  the  promise  in  the  wet  and  doctors  say  he  faces  no  greater  threat  from 
sand  of  a  Florida  beach,  a  vow  that  challenged  the  disease  than  does  the  average  person, 
the  death  sentence  the  family  doctor  in  Kansas  Bloch’s  frantic  search  for  answers  and  the 
City  had  imposed  on  her  husband.  promise  of  the  Houston  doctors  prompted  him  to 

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Thursday,  September  10,  1981  The  Daily  Universe  Page  7 


iMIPSS 


©ii&I&G) 

Provo  High  Auditorium  8:00  p.m. 

Sat.,  Sept.  12,  Mon.,  Sept.  14 
Tickets$450  in  advance. 
s550  at  the  door 

Available:  . 


OVER  1000  TUXEDOS 
AT  LOW,  LOW  PRICES 

(WE  MEET  ANY  PRICE!) 


dwth  sentence  was  the  last  thing  on  his 

pits 


Area  couple  affirms 
shooting  of  joggers 

mm  . 


-Day  service  project 
Jrings  thanks  from  kids 

lelve-T^U0  Ba^r^s  ’  fof  75  Sd"  ^  student 


RHYTHMIC  AEROBICS 

(EEK  SESSION  BEGINS  SEPT.  14. 

““•as1"1 

EARLY  MORNING  M  W  F  6:00  a.m.;  T  TH  SAT  6:00 
a.m.  Instructor  -  Jan  Rand  374-6064  >36. 


HOLIDAYS, 
READ  THIS: 


IF  YOU’RE 
FLYING  HOME 
FOR  THE 


ontinental  Travel  Service 


374-5155 


wt  S'&eninp  in  ffiotib 

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Track  champ,  Physiologist, 
Professional  Athlete,  Gym  Rat. 


A  Group  of  guys  who  know 
every  aspect  of  sports 

They  are  guys  who  put  together  a  great  Athletic  store.  They  want  to 
keep  you  involved  in  sports.  That’s  why  they  do  things  like  bringing 
in  a  Nike  shoe  computer  to  help  you  select  a  running  shoe  and 
having  an  information  center  with  news  of  all  races  and  events. 
They  want  you  to  continue  being  active.  That’s  why  they  stock  the 
best  equipment  in  all  price  ranges.  And  that’s  why  they  give  you  a 
free  resole  on  every  shoe  purchase  over  *25.  Stop  by  for  a  visit. 
They’re  a  great  bunch  of  guys. 


.  Athletic  Headquarters 

University  Mall,  Orem  226-8405 


Page  8  The  Daily  Universe  Thursday,  September  10,  1981 


Fall  D.  U.  editorial  staff 
brings  work  experience 
from  New  York,  D.C. 


Bigger  gets  commission 


Display  Yourself! 


mmm 


temship  with  The  Associated  Press. 

Michele  Dill  is  the  teaching  assis¬ 
tant  for  fall  semester.  Mrs.  Dill  is  a 
senior  majoring  in  journalism  from 
Las  Vegas,  Nev.  She  was  a  feature 
writer  for  the  Las  Vegas  Sun  for  a 
year  and  is  a  former  campus  editor. 

The  campus  editor  for  fall 
semester  is  Jan  Taylor.  Miss  Taylor 
was  the  campus  editor  during  the 


del¬ 


ing  in  journalism  from  Mount  _ 
sant,  Texas.  She  recently  worked  for 
Jack  Anderson  in  Washington, 
D.C.,  as  an  investigative  reporter. 

Campus  assistant 
.  Assisting  Miss  Taylor  on  the 
Campus  Desk  is  Roxanne  Webb,  a 
senior  majoring  in  journalism  from 
Los  Osos,  Calif.  Mrs.  Webb  was  the 
assistant  campus  editor  during 

Dave  Schneider  will  be  working  as 
chief  copy  editor.  Schneider  is  a 
senior  majoring  in  journalism  from 
Salt  Lake  City  and  was  a  staff 
writer  for  the  Deseret  News  during 
spriiig  and  summer  terms. 

Also  working  the  Copy  Desk  are 
assistant  copy  chiefs  Michael 
Perkins  and  Karla  Zauche. 


Photo  department 

The  photo  department  is  staffed 
by  editor  Forrest  Anderson,  with 
Randy  Spencer  and  Garry  Bryant  as 
assistant  photo  editors. 

Anderson  is  a  senior  majoring  in 
Asian  studies  from  Fairfax,  Va.,  and 
is  a  former  assistant  photo  editor 
and  photo  editor  for  The  Daily 
Universe. 

Spencer  is  a  junior  majoring  in 
photography  from  Libby,  Mont. 
Bryant  is  a  junior  majoring  in 
photography  from  Boulder,  Colo. 

Jean  Godfrey  is  the  wire  editor. 
She  is  a  graduate  student^majoring 

Flint  Stephens  is  the  editorial 
page  editor  this  semester.  He  is  a 
senior  majoring  in  journalism  fron 
Johnstown,  Ohio. 

Jack  Walsh  is  the  night  editor  and 
is  a  senior  majoring  in  journalism 
from  Leeds,  Utah. 

Tammi  Wright  is  the  weekend 
editor  and  is  a  senior  majoring  in 
journalism  from  Astoria,  Ore. 

semester  are  Lisa  Barlow,  Etel 
Englund,  Steve  Thomsen  and  Jeff 
Ruffolo. 


ASBYU  Executive  Vice  President^Don  Bagger  receives  his  bars  as  a 

N.  Y.  seeks  voting  rights  reversal 

NEW  YORK  (AP)  -  The  top  Allen  Schwartz  sought  a  stay 
lawyer  for  the  nation’s  largest  city  from  Justice  Thurgood  Marshall  af- 
went  to  the  U.S.  Supreme  Court  ter  failing  to  win  reconsideration 
Wednesday  in  an  effort  to  overturn  from  the. special  three-judge  panel 
a  voting  rights  ruling  which  would  that.issued  the  ruling  Tuesday, 
bar  today’s  primary  elections  for  The  ruling  left  campaigns  in 
local  offices.'  chaos  and  voters  in  confusion. 


Many  successors  named 
to  follow  Joseph  Smith 


ble  successors  to  Joseph 
Smith  were  named  in 
early  Mormon  Church 
history,  said  Dr.  D. 
Michael  Quinn, 
associate  professor  of 
American  history,  in  an 
address  Wednesday 
evening. 

Quinn  of  the  BYU 
history  department, 
documented  the  possi- 


son,  David.  In  1844  he 
said,  “I  shall  have  a  son 
born  to  me  and  his 
name  shall  be  David 

he  will  have  laid  upon 
him  the  position  that  I 
now  hold.” 

On  January  17,  1844 


the  prophet  gave  his  11 

patriarchal  blessing. 
Thomas  Bullock  recor- 

_ _  ded  the  event.  . 

response  to  a  request  by  “Joseph  Smith  III 
'  -  Reorganized  was  ordained  and  an- 
nointed  in  the  presence 
of  Oliver  Cowdry  and 
Newel  K.  Whitney  as 


b  1  < 

thl  . „ - 

Church  of  Jesus  Christ 
of  Latter  Day  Saints. 

The  RLDS  Church 
has  published  Quinn’s 
20  page  report  on  the 
n  the  John 


ber  of  the  Church  she 
thought  William 
Marks,  a  hater  of 
polygamy,  was  to  be  the 
next  president. 

As  early  as  his  16th 
year,  however,  Joseph 
Smith  HI  did  receive 
letters  from  both  the 
RLDS  and  the  LDS 
Church  asking  him  to 
join  them. 

He  eventually  accep¬ 
ted  the  RLDS  Church’s 
offer  to  become  their 
president  on  the  basis 
that  he  could  not  accept 
the  “revolutionary  and 

rolting  practice  of 


■  polygamy.” 


Provo's  finest  SKI  SHOP 

has  just  become  the  town's  foremost 
address  for  fine  traditional  sports-wear 
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Letters  to  the  editor 


INTRAMURAL 


ACTIVITIES 


The  Intramural  program  consists  of  over  70  events  for  men,  women,  and  coed 
participants.  There  are  individual,  doubles,  coed,  and  team  events.  Full-time 
student  participants  may  enter  as  representatives  of  their  ward,  or  as  indepen¬ 
dents.  There  is  no  charge  to  full-time  students,  faculty,  or  staff  for  this  program. 
They  may  enter  as  many  events  as  they  wish.  Part-time  and  non-students  may 
only  play  for  their  respective  BYU  ward.  They  may  not  play  on  an  Independent 
team  and  must  obtain  an  Intramural  Card. 


CHURCH  PROGRAM  (COLLEGE  DIVISION) 

The  L.D.S.  Church  has  one  of  the  largest  athletic  programs  for  its  members  in 
the  world.  BYU,  being  part  of  that  program,  offers  to  the  college  student  the  op¬ 
portunity  to  participate  in  Church-sponsored  tournaments  of  basketball,  vol¬ 
leyball,  softball,  golf,  and  tennis.  The  program  (of  the  Church)  is  administered  at 
BYU  by  the  Intramural  Office.  The  Intramural  Director  is  also  the  Region  Direc¬ 
tor  of  the  college  division  of  Church  tournaments.  These  events  run  simultane¬ 
ously  with  other  Intramural  events  and  fees  are  charged  to  cover  the  cost  of 
supervision  and  awards.  The  following  eligibility  rules  apply  to  Church  sports: 

1 .  A  player  must  live  within  the  boundaries  of  his  ward  and  have  his  member¬ 
ship  in  the  ward.  Exception:  member  of  the  Bishopric  or  Stake  Presidency. 

2.  Non-  or  part-time  students  residing  within  a  BYU  ward  boundary  are  eligible 
with  an  Intramural  card.  They  may  not  play  on  an  independent  team. 

3.  Ex-college  players  and  professional  players  are  eligible. 


MEMBERSHIP 

All  fulltime  students,  faculty,  and  staff  who  are  currently  enrolled  or  employed 
in  any  department  of  the  university  shall  automatically  become  eligible  to  enjoy 
all  Intramural  privileges  and  shall  retain  that  status  until  they  withdraw  from  the 
university,  fail  to  comply  with  the  ruies  of  eligibility,  or  fail  to  keep  the  spirit  of 
fair  play  and  sportsmanship. 

BULLETINS,  ANNOUNCEMENTS,  &  POSTINGS 

Participants’  schedules  are  posted  each  Saturday  by  5:00  p.m.  for  the  follow¬ 
ing  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday,  Friday,  and  Saturday  activities.  A  semester 
schedule  for  certain  team  events  is  available  in  the  Intramural  office.  All  other 
schedules  are  posted  on  the  Intramural  Bulletin  boards  located  in  the  Richards 
Building,  Smith  Fieldhouse,  Cannon  Center,  Morris  Center,  opposite  the  Post 
Office  in  the  Wilkinson  Center,  and  Wymount  Terrace.  Participants  are  respon¬ 
sible  for  finding  their  own  scheduled  contest.  Playoff  brackets  are  posted  in  the 
Richards  Building  only. 

EQUIPMENT 

All  equipment  will  be  supplied  by  the  participant  or  team  participating  in  the 
activity.  Equipment  can  be  checked  out  from  the  Richards  Building  Issue  Room, 
the  Smith  Fieldhouse  Issue  Room  or  the  Wilkinson  Center  Equipment  Check- 
Out.  The  Intramural  Office  will  not  supply  any  equipment  unless  published  in  an 
official  activity  handout. 


SCHEDULE  OF  INTRAMURAL  ACTIVITIES 

Intramural  activities  are  conducted  on  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday, 
Friday,  and  Saturday.  Tuesday  through  Friday  the  hours  are  from  6:00  to  11:00 
p.m.  and  Saturday  from  8:00  a.m.  to  5:00  p.m.  Intramurals  are  not  scheduled 
during  major  athletic  activities  or  during  major  events  on  campus. 

RAIN-OUTS 

Whenever  an  activity  has  been  postponed  because  of  rain,  the  Intramural  Of¬ 
fice  will  not  reschedule  the  team  unless  it  will  affect  the  outcome  of  the  team  in 
the  final  standings.  On  a  day  of  activities  when  it  has  been  raining  or  threat¬ 
ening  to  rain,  the  decision  to  cancel  the  activities  will  be  made  at  4:00  p.m.  by 
the  Director.  Teams  and  participants  may  call  the  office  after  4:00  p.m.  for  the 
decision.  Flag  Football  and  Soccer  games  are  played  in  all  types  of  weather. 
These  sports  are  only  cancelled  when  there  is  danger  to  participants  or  the 
possibility  of  damaging  the  playing  field. 

BYU  INTRAMURAL  ELIGIBILITY  RULES 

1 .  All  current  full-time  students  (8.5  semester  hours  Fall  and  Winter,  or  4.5 
Spring  and  Summer)  are  eligible.  Winter  full-time  students  and  Winter 
spouse  card  holders  are  eligible  for  spring  and  summer  terms. 

2.  All  current  full-time  faculty  and  staff  are  eligible. 

3.  You  may  only  play  for  one  team  in  any  particular  sport. 

4.  Married  non-students  are  eligible  under  the  following  conditions: 

a.  They  must  be  the  spouse  of  a  full-time  student. 

b.  They  must  purchase  a  current  spouse  card  and/or  sticker  from  the  Stu¬ 
dent  I.D.  Center. 

5.  Part-time  and  non-students  are  eligible  under  the  following  conditions: 

a.  They  must  obtain  an  Intramural  activity  card  at  the  intramural  Office  for 
each  semester  in  which  they  participate.  There  will  be  a  $7.00  charge 
that  covers  participation  in  Intramurals  and  an  ID  card. 

b.  In  order  to  obtain  an  Intramural  activity  card,  non-students  and  part-time 
students  must  submit  an  Intramural  “Permit  to  Play”  form  to  the  In¬ 
tramural  Office. 

c.  Non-  or  part-time  students  are  eligible  to  play  only  for  the  BYU  ward  in 
which  they  reside. 

d.  They  may  not  play  on  an  independent  team. 

6.  Part-time  and  non-students  will  not  be  added  to  the  team  roster  until  they 
have  purchased  an  Intramural  Card. 

7.  Insurance  is  not  provided  by  Intramurals.  Each  individual  is  responsible  for 
his/her  own  insurance. 

8.  Current  participants  on  intercollegiate  teams  representing  BYU  are  in¬ 
eligible  to  participate  in  the  similar  Intramural  sport. 

a.  This  includes  all  BYU  teams:  Varsity  and  Junior  Varsity. 

b.  Those  “trying  out”  for  the  team  are  considered  to  be  on  the  team  until 
they  are  cut. 

c.  Students  “Red  Shirting”  in  intercollegiate  sports  are  ineligible. 

d.  Extramural  participants  are  limited  to  only  one  per  team  in  each  particu¬ 
lar  event. 

9.  Any  group  of  eligible  students  may  enter  as  a  team  by  submitting  a  com¬ 
pleted,  official  team  entry  form.  Each  team  must  have  a  name  which  is  ac¬ 
ceptable  to  the  Intramural  Office. 

10.  Only  those  participants  listed  on  the  official  team  roster  are  eligible  to  par¬ 
ticipate.  No  additions  may  be  made  to  a  team’s  roster  after  the  team  has 
completed  league  or  qualification  play. 

11.  Only  those  participants  who  competed  in  league  play  are  eligible  for  tour¬ 
nament  play. 

12.  No  substitutions  in  individual  activities  for  those  listed  on  the  entry  form  un¬ 
less  approved  by  the  Intramural  supervisor. 

13.  If  a  participant  moves  to  a  new  place  of  residence  in  the  middle  of  an  activi¬ 
ty,  he/ she  must  finish  that  activity  with  the  organization  he/ she  was  origi¬ 
nally  representing.  In  any  activities  which  begin  after  the  participant  moves 
to  a  new  place  of  residence,  the  participant  must  represent  his/her  new  or¬ 
ganization. 


14.  The  Intramural  Office  reserves  the  right  to  make  rulings  on  instances  which 
may  not  be  specifically  covered  in  the  foregoing  eligibility  rules. 

15.  Penalties  for  using  ineligible  players: 

a.  Any  team  using  an  ineligible  player  will  be  dropped  from  competition. 

b.  If  an  individual  plays  for  more  than  one  team  in  an  activity,  he/she  will 
be  barred  from  further  competition  in  that  activity  for  that  season,  and 
both  teams  for  which  he/ she  played  will  be  dropped  from  competition. 

16.  Each  participant  is  responsible  for  their  own  hospital  and  medical  insur¬ 
ance  in  case  of  injury. 

These  eligibility  rules  apply  to  men,  women,  and  coed  events. 

UNIFORMS,  FORFEITS,  AND  EXCUSED  LOSSES 

All  participants  in  the  Intramural  program  will  wear  the  proper  uniform  as  des¬ 
ignated  for  each  event.  All  indoor  events  require  participante  to  compete  in 
BYU  issue  or  in  matching  team  uniforms. 

If  a  team  or  contestant  fails  to  appear  at  the  appointed  place  by  the  sched¬ 
uled  starting  time  for  a  contest,  the  supervisor  will  declare  the  contest  forfeited 
to  the  team  or  contestant  ready  to  play. 

A  team  or  participant  may  ask  for  and  receive  an  excused  loss  from  a  sched¬ 
uled  contest  by  informing  the  Intramural  Office  prior  to  the  scheduled  day  and 
time.  If  a  team  is  not  fully  represented  at  a  game  they  may  ask  for  an  excused 
loss  for  that  contest.  A  team  or  participant  who  asks  for  an  excused  loss  more 
than  once  will  be  disqualified. 

SPORTSMANSHIP 

Sportsmanship  is  everyone’s  responsibility.  Unsportsmanlike  conduct  may  be 
called  on  any  participant,  coach,  substitute,  or  fan.  It  is  hoped  that  everyone 
will  conduct  themselves  in  a  mature  and  friendly  manner.  If  a  person  receives 
an  unsportsmanlike  conduct  call,  he  is  automatically  ejected  from  the  contest 
and  MUST  meet  with  the  Director  of  Intramurals  the  next  working  day  before 
being  reinstated  in  the  program.  If  there  are  two  unsportsmanlike  conduct  pe¬ 
nalties  called  on  a  team,  they  automatically  lose.  Examples  of  unsportsmanlike 
conduct  are  a  flagrant  foul,  abusive  language,  threatening  officials  or  other 
players,  and  fighting.  Any  individual  involved  in  a  fight  or  maliciously  doing 
harm  to  another  person  will  be  suspended  for  a  period  of  no  less  than  thirty 
days  and  at  the  end  of  the  suspension  must  meet  with  the  Intramural  Director 
who  may  reinstate  the  person  at  his  own  discretion. 

STANDARDS 

The  Church  of  Jesus  Christ  of  Latter-day  Saints  sponsors  Brigham  Young 
University  in  order  to  provide  a  university  education  in  an  atmosphere  con¬ 
sistent  with  the  ideals  and  principles  of  the  Church.  The  maintenance  of  high 
standards  of  personal  behavior  and  appearance  is  essential  to  the  preservation 
of  that  atmosphere  and  to  the  development  of  men  and  women  who  personify 
those  ideals  and  principles.  The  BYU  Code  of  Honor  is  stated  fully  in  the  gener¬ 
al  catalogue.  The  Intramural  Office  hopes  that  all  who  participate  in  Intramurals 
will  be  in  compliance  with  the  standards  of  the  school  and  church.  Those  who 
fail  to  comply  with  the  standards  will  be  asked  not  to  participate  until  they  can 
comply.  The  standards  are  enforced  at  the  activities  by  the  officials  and  super¬ 
visors  in  charge. 

CLASSIFICATION  and  TOURNAMENTS 

Most  activities  will  be  conducted  with  a  qualifying  round(s)  which  will  divide 
participants  into  four  classes  according  to  their  win/loss  record;  the  scores  of 
their  contests,  and  how  they  are  rated  by  the  supervisor  and  officials  as  to  their 
playing  ability.  The  four  classifications  are  listed  as  4A  (top  classification),  3A, 
2 A,  and  1A.  The  qualifying  round(s)  will  usually  be  followed  by  a  single  elimi¬ 
nation  tournament  in  each  class.  The  supervisor  of  the  event  has  the  authority 
to  determine  what  type  of  tournament  and  how  many  classifications  will  be  used 
in  case  only  a  few  participants  are  entered.  He  may  also  assign  a  different  clas¬ 
sification  if  necessary. 


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FOOTBALL 


This  is  the  granddaddy  of  Intramural  sports  during 
Fall  semester.  Over  400  teams  compete  in  this  event 
which  matches  skill  against  finesse.  Teams  consist  of 
six  players  and  the  rules  have  been  modified  to  pro¬ 
vide  for  a  more  pass-oriented  wide-open  style  of  play. 
Each  team  will  classify  themselves  according  to  their 
ability  (fA,  3A,  2A,  1  A),  and  will  play  within  this  respec¬ 
tive  division  during  the  regular  season.  For  tourna¬ 
ment  play,  each  team  will  be  reevaluated  and  again 
be  placed  in  a  division  which  best  fits  their  ability. 
From  this  single  elimination  tournament  will  come  the 
champions  from  each  division  in  the  men’s  and  wom¬ 
en’s  programs. 

Entries  for  flag  football  are  due  Sept.  17  but  play 
will  begin  Sept.  15  with  sign-up  games  being  played 
during  the  first  week. 


Men’s  and  Women's  Basketball  is  the  catalyst  of  In¬ 
tramural  Sports  during  Winter  semester.  Pre-season 
games  begin  on  Jan.  9,  whereas  league  play  begins 
Jan.  27. 

If  you  want  to  play  just  for  fun,  the  Recreational 
League  is  for  you— if  it's  stiff  competition  you  are 
seeking,  sign  up  for  the  Competition  League  in  either 
the  1  A,  2A,  3A,  or  4A  divisions. 

Games  are  played  Tuesday  through  Friday  from 
6:00  p.m.  to  11:00  p.m.  and  Sat.  from  8:00  a.m.  to  5:00 
p.m.  It  is  an  exciting  and  competitive  sport  to  be  a 
part  of,  so  come  and  promote  the  most  popular  in¬ 
door  activity  of  all. 


VOLLEYBALL 


Volleyball  will  again  be  offered  to  Intramural  partici¬ 
pants  this  Fall.  Both  Church  and  Intramural  volleyball 
will  be  played  during  the  Fall  semester  as  opposed  to 
past  years  when  the  Church  league  was  played  dur¬ 
ing  the  Fall  semester  and  the  Intramural  (indepen¬ 
dent)  league  was  played  during  the  Winter  semester. 

In  order  to  be  eligible  to  enter  the  Church  league, 
each  member  of  a  team  must  be  in  the  same  BYU 
ward.  Each  player  must  be  a  current  Fall  ’81  full-time 
student  or  have  a  valid  Fall  '81  Intramural  Card.  In  ad¬ 
dition,  a  $15  entry  fee  will  be  required  by  all  Church 

An  Intramural  team  team  may  consist  of  any  group 
of  full-time  students.  All  entries  for  Mens,  Womens, 
and  Coed  teams  must  be  in  to  the  Intramural  Office  by. 
Sept.  25.  Play  begins  on  Sept.  30.  Every  team  must 
supply  one  official, who  must  be  certified  by  the  In¬ 
tramurals  Dept.  (No  experience  necessary).  The  offi¬ 
cial  must  be  present  at  his/hers  respective  team’s 
games. 


Super-Stars 

Held  during  the  Fall  semester,  Super  Stars  is  an  In¬ 
tramural  version  of  the  decathalon.  The  ten  events  in¬ 
clude  golf,  softball  throw,  obstacle  course,  50-yard 
swim,  basketball  freethrows,  weight  lift,  archery,  and 
bowling.  These  ten  events  will  test  the  participants 
and  determine  who  the  most  well-rounded  ahtlete  is 
in  various  divisions. 


INNERTUBE 

WATERPOLO 


Innertube  water  polo  is  a  chance  for  fun  for  every¬ 
one.  The  Intramurals  Office  will  supply  the  innertubes 
and  pool  while  you  organize  the  fun.  A  maximum  of 
seven  people  can  participate  at  any  time,  but  the  ma¬ 
jority  must  always  be  women. 

The  game  is  played  in  one  half  of  the  25-yard  pool 
or  else  in  the  diving  pool  with  opposing  goals  at  op¬ 
posite  ends.  Twelve-minute  halves  with  a  3-minute 
break  in  between  will  determine  the  game. 

Since  balance  and  an  accurate  throw  are  more  im¬ 
portant  than  swimming,  don't  be  discouraged  if  you’re 
not  a  world-class  winner. 


College  Bowl 

College  Bowl  provides  an  opportunity  to  test  your 
accumulated  knowledge  along  with  three  teammates 
against  an  opposing  team  of  four.  The  game  is  di¬ 
vided  into  two  halves;  each  is  filled  with  rapid-fire 
questions  ranging  from  astronomy  to  botany,  from 
theatre  to  sports.  Teams  can  be  all  men,  all  women,  or 
any  mixture  that  you  prefer. 

If  trivia  is  your  forte,  then  you’ll  want  to  look  for 
some  teammates  and  spend  a  few  nights  with  your 
encyclopedia  preparing  for  the  competition.  Even  if 
you  don’t  think  trivia  is  a  particularly  strong  point,  you 
might  surprise  yourself  with  how  much  you  know  by  a 
venture  into  a  College  Bowl. 


Individual  Fitness— “Run  For  Your  Life” 

Intramural  Sports  is  dedicated  to  the  idea  that  there 
is  an  activity  for  everyone.  If  you  find  your  time  too 
crowded  for  participation  in  events  with  a  set  sched¬ 
ule  such  as  flag  football  or  tennis,  then  create  your 
own  schedule  with  our  individual  fitness  program. 
Run  strictly  on  the  honor  system,  you  set  a  goal  for 
yourself  in  running,  cycling,  or  swimming,  record  your 
progress  weekly  and  when  you  finish  we  will  reward 
you  with  a  T-shirt.  Goals  must  be  realistic  and  should 
cover  the  entire  semester.  During  Winter  semester  we 
set  the  goal  for  you,  150  miles,  in  our  “Run  For  Your 
Life’’  program. 


If  you  are  going  to  be  around  both  Spring  and  Sum¬ 
mer  terms  and  want  to  only  compete  against  other 
BYU  wards  then  the  Church  Division  is  for  you. 
League  play  starts  at  the  first  of  Spring  term  and  cul¬ 
minates  with  a  single  elimination  tournament  at  the 
end  of  Summer  term. 

Programs  for  men,  women,  and  coed  teams  are 
available  in  each  division  which  will  give  everyone  an 
opportunity  to  participate. 

So  bring  your  mits  and  bats,  grab  your  friends,  and 
let’s  have  a  ball! 


TEAM 

TENNIS 


From  beginner  to  expert  there  is  a  chance  for  a 
challenge  in  the  tennis  tournament.  Throughout  the 
year  there  will  be  opportunities  that  run  from  singles 
to  mixed  doubles.  A  qualifying  tournament  will  help 
determine  your  category  from  1A  to  4A  after  which  a 
single  elimination  tournament  will  determine  the  win¬ 
ners  in  each  bracket. 

If  you  want  to  tune  up  or  keep  your  team’s  game  In 
tune  and  can  spare  one  or  two  hours  a  week,  then 
sign  up  for  Intramurals  tennis  this  year. 


Swim  Meet 

For  a  mixture  of  individual  and  team  competition, 
the  Intramural  swim  meet  has  something  for  every¬ 
one.  From  backstroke  to  butterfly,  there  are  opportu¬ 
nities  for  both  men  and  women  to  test  their  skills  and 
endurance.  There  are  individual  medleys  for  those 
looking  for  variety  and,  of  course,  there  are  several 
relays  for  those  who  want  to  share  the  load. 

The  diving  competition  provides  an  opportunity  for 
those  who  specialize  in  entering  the  water  rather  than 
moving  through  it. 

This  is  one  swim  meet  where  being  able  to  float 
isn’t  a  necessity  for  wearing  the  victor's  crown.  The 
coed  innertube  relay  as  well  as  some  other  unortho¬ 
dox  races  call  for  other  than  your  normal  stroking 

Whether  you  enter  as  an  individual  or  a  team,  be 
ready  for  an  evening  of  wet  fun! 


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FREE  PLAY  SCHEDULE 


AREA  DAYS  TIMES 


SFH  Gyms  and  M-F 

RB  Gyms  (138, 144, 146)  Sat 

146  SFH— Faculty  M-F 

SFH  Indoor  Track  M-F 

Sat 

*lndoor  Tennis  Courts  M-F 

Sat 

RB  Pools  MWF 

TTh 
Sat 

Faculty  M-F 

Gymnastics  MWF 

149  SFH  Sat 


6-8  am  and  4-6  pm 
6  am-8  Om 

12-1  pm  and  3:50-4:50  pm 

6-7  am,  12-1  pm,  5-10  pm 
6  am-8  pm 

6-7  am,  7-10  pm 
6  am-8  pm 

6-8  am,  6-10  pm 

6- 8am,  7-10  pm 
1-5  pm 

12-1  pm,  5-6  pm 

7- 9  pm 
6-8  pm 


AREA 

SFH  Weight  Rooms 
Upper 


DAYS  TIMES 

M-Th  6-10  pm 

Sat  10  am-6  pm 


M&W  5-10  pm 

TTh  7-10  pm 

F&S  10  am-6  pm 


RB  Women’s  Weight  Room  M-F  6-8  am,  12-1  pm,  4-10  pm 


*Racquetball  Courts 


M-Th  6-7  am,  6-10  pm 

F  6  am-10  pm 

Sat  6  am-8  pm 


*By  reservation  only,  Room  112  RB,  378-3980 
Office  open  M-F  8  am-9  pm,  Sat  8  am-5  pm 

**AII  Free  Play  facilities  will  close  a  7  pm  on  Stake  Nights  and  may  be 
preempted  for  University  and/or  Intramural  events.